NEWS: CHELSEA LIGHT MOVING – STREAM SINGLE ‘BURROUGHS’ FROM THURSTON MOORES NEW BAND

Chelsea Light Moving are set to release their debut on Matador Records later this year. All words below are by Thurston Moore:

FOR IMMEDIATE…mmmmm…RELEASE

(newsflash courtesy of Love Sick Times, free periodical for poets and punks)

This song is called BURROUGHS.

It is by the band CHELSEA LIGHT MOVING.

‘Burroughs’ is the first track from a session recorded in the wilds of Western Massachusetts in the springtime of 2012. It was inspired by the last words of the gentleman who wrote the most significant experimental novels of the late 20th century (Naked Lunch, Soft Machine, The Ticket That Exploded etc.) – writer William S. Burroughs (“Love? What is it? Most natural painkiller what there is.”). After sitting in the orgone box planted in Burroughs’ back yard of Lawrence, Kansas in the midpoint of the 1990s, Thurston Moore came to the realization that at some point he’d need to form a band that played Burroughs Rock. This is the sound of Wild Boys looking to jack hypos of core passion into their veins. Boy on boy. Girl on girl. Start there. It’s not even music – it’s an amphetamine sonnet for the on-the-loose lovers of the world.

Chelsea Light Moving will play your town. Right now we’re playing Friday June 22 2012 at the Sled Island bizarro freak slam in Calgary, Alberta near where Neil Young used to skinny dip when he was a laser-brained teen. Then we play Missoula, hometown of zero pop hate puppy Steve Albini. Then we play Boulder and Denver Colorado before Thurston settles down for a week of teaching at the summer writing workshop at Naropa University. Also on the faculty are Amiri Baraka and Anne Waldman, which means: More tunes, more damage. Another song comes yr way in a week, even sicker.

“Burroughs” was recorded and mixed May 18-20, 2012, by Justin Pizzoferrato at Sonelab, Easthampton, MA.

Members of band:

Thurston Moore (gtr/vocals/songwriter)

Keith Wood (gtr)

Samara Lubelski (bass)

John Moloney (drums)

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